SundayToz Officially Launches Its Storytelling Mobile Game 'Disney Pop Town', Featuring Disney Characters and Puzzles
SEOUL, South Korea, Oct. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile game developer SundayToz (CEO Jeong-Seop Kim, www.sundaytoz.com) today officially announced the release of Disney character-based mobile puzzle game 'Disney Pop Town' across Asia.
The game made headlines last month when 1 million participants signed up in just first two days of pre-registration begining September 24th. Shortly before the event's end, 'Disney Pop Town' signups reached more than 300 million participants, demonstrating high level of anticipation and excitement from fans all around Asia.
Disney characters and costumes are the two core features of the game. The game allows easy use and managing of hundreds of costumes seen in Disney animations. In addition, the level-up system, which increases the level of storage boxes and costumes according to the number of characters collected, is an additional feature that will add to the enjoyment of continuous play. The character-based story development is expected to bring beloved characters and stories like Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse and Aladdin to life.
"'Disney Pop Town' aims to allow all gamers to fully enjoy the interactive experience with beloved Disney characters along with advantages of popular casual puzzle games," explained Jeong-hyun Lee, game producer in charge of development and service. "We plan to offer the industry's best customer service and promotional events for fans of Disney and our games all across Asia."
'Disney Pop Town' can be downloaded for free on Google Play and Apple App Store, and with the launch, SundayToz will be offering gamers opportunities to participate in an event where they can receive game items for completing a roulette mission.
Founded in 2009, SundayToz is a Korea-based game distribution and developing company, which provides ten different mobile puzzle games including the Anipang series. SundayToz prides itself as the number one casual game developer in Korea with its casual and puzzle games downloaded over 100 million times. The company, which has previously released We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs based on We Bare Bears characters, will release its new game Disney Pop Town this October.
SOURCE SUNDAY TOZ